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I never was one to get overly excited about Halloween.  As I was younger it was a time for partying, (as most holidays are) and dressing up in ridiculous costumes.  After becoming a mother, I realized it was much more fun to dress up your child and see the look on their face when they experience the horrific joy that is candy... lots and lots of candy.  We trekked out and about in the chill of the autumn night, headed around town with Sofia and family to try our luck in a bit of trick-or-treating.  The air was a sharp difference from our beach day, much cooler with a breeze that nipped our ears.

We all headed home at the end of the night with pinched red cheeks and watery eyes.

Though she wasn't able to fully say "trick or treat," Sofia proved to be very good at saying "thank-ooo" to all the nice people that were putting candy in her basket, and telling them "bye-bye!" as she left.  We had so much fun celebrating this year, it really was the first time that we were able to participate in the holiday.

Such fun!

My favorite highlight:  Trying to touch Sofia's candy basket- she wouldn't let anyone get too close.

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  1. Good grief, she is so sweet! Ocean loved Yo Gabba at her age!

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  2. Naw! Your little Brobee is THE CUTEST!

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  3. That last shot with the dog is amazing!
    Aaawwww, she looks SO cute : ) xx

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  4. She looks so cute!!!! That smile!! Looks like a great time!

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  5. Your little lady looks so very proud of herself dressed up in her gorgeous costume! I've just made a cup of tea, the babies are napping and I'm off to have a delightful little tour around your beautiful space. WIshing you a day full of sunshine and smiles. Steph :)
    (your newest follower)

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  6. Aww, Sofia is adorable in her costume!

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  7. Amazing! We don't really celebrate Halloween here in Australia but I lived in Montreal for two years and it was my favourite holiday. I think it is so much fun to dress up and eat lollies and everyone seems to be so open to creativity and generosity.

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  8. @ Bekah - Thank you, love.

    @ Lou - You made me laugh! :D

    @ Little Sleep - Isn't it the best? It's my favorite too.

    @ Olivia - Thank you so much, we had a blast.

    @ Steph - Welcome! I just hopped over to your 'nest' and am quite in love. Will be following along ;)

    @ Coryann - Thank you so much!

    @ Ruby - It really is a fun holiday. Especially now, with little ones :)

    Whew! Thank you all so much.

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  9. oh my gosh that costume is just adorable!! i absolutely love it, where did you find it?

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  10. Hey Meg- the costume we ordered from Amazon.com believe it or not!

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  11. Oh, that is like the cutest costume I've seen!!!
    Ronnie xo

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  12. That last picture...sooooooooo stinkin cute.

    XOXO
    kaylyn
    www.theweirhouse.com

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